March 3, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Join us for this introductory and prerequisite session to the Collective Impact Series: Trauma-Informed & Healing-Centered Practice Through the Arts and gain a foundational understanding of how trauma-informed and healing-centered practices and strategies manifest across artistic discipline.
Facilitated by Dr. Marni Rosen
Dr. Marni Rosen, Psy.D ATR-BC is the Practice Director of the Institute for Therapy through the Arts. She is dually credentialed as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Board-Certified Art Therapist.
Her experience includes working with individuals who have experienced difficulties in their lives and are working towards bettering themselves as an individual, couple, or family. Her specialty is working with individuals and families who have experienced trauma, abuse, neglect, and maltreatment. She completed a doctoral internship and postdoctoral training in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and related mental health issues (depression, anxiety, and emotional dysregulation). This work is particularly rewarding as she helps her clients learn to trust again, to build healthy relationships, and to manage life stressors in more healthy ways. She strives to bring her clients to a resolution of their traumatic experience that includes the development of interpersonal skills and communication, the building of self-esteem, and the creation of healthy boundaries. In practice, she utilizes a variety of techniques to support her client’s growth through art therapy such as Imaginal Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Critical Interaction Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She received her Doctor of Clinical Psychology and her Masters in Art Therapy from the Adler University.